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Red Army (edition 1992)

by Ralph Peters

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Member:MikeBriggs
Title:Red Army
Authors:Ralph Peters
Info:Random House Value Publishing (1992), Hardcover
Collections:Your library, Last Read by Author, Read
Rating:***1/2
Tags:War, Russia, Military Fiction, Own, Fiction, Military Thriller, WWIII, Last Book Read by Author, Male Author, Male Protagonist, Read

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Superb book, loses the half star as it is now rather dated. ( )
  Dajedarh | Oct 17, 2009 |
Among the best military technothrillers ever written. Written from the unusual perspective of the soldiers of the Soviet Army, with well-developed characters with unique and fully realized personalities and histories who are placed in situations of extreme stress and danger. Ralph Peters never once specifies the type or model number of any military equipment in the book, making it seem much more accessible than a soup of military acronyms, and gives the character development room to fully shine. ( )
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Here, across death's other river
The Tartar horsemen shake their spears.

T. S. Eliot
"The Wind Sprang Up At Four O'Clock"
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FOR MARION...
comrade in all of life's campaigns
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The tale of the Soviet army's invasion of western Europe told from the perspective of Russian soldiers in combat.

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